DVORAK: Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88 Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam George Szell, conductor I. Allegro con brio II. Adagio III. Allegretto grazioso IV. Allegro ma non troppo Decca LXT 2641 Recorded September 4, 1951 Digital transfer by F. Reeder [Improved transfer & Higher bit rate - 10/13 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Dvorak, Szell
Cover and final conclusive pages of Vladimir Voitinskii's brochure on the second congress of KD party. Written in Petersburg in February 1906. Printed in Kiev under pseudonim. Sharp criticism of liberal KD from the left. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Voitinskii, Woytinsky, Woytinski, 1906, KD, bolsheviks, russian revolution 1905-07
Ed Gilmore and The Bunkhouse Four play old-time fiddle music. Made for square dancing and calling. California in the 1950s. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: square dances without calls, old-time fiddle, traditional American music, 78 rpm
Department of the Army Field Manual 'Boobytraps'. Headquarters, U.S. Army Material Command, Washington D.C. 20315; 14 September 1965; 130 pages. Pamphlet Number FM 5-31. Public Domain as per Rule 8 of the United States Copyright Statutes; Etext created by Gerard Arthus. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: TM-000-001, Technical Manual, FM 5-31, explosives, boobytraps, chemistry, engineering design...
The Redemption of Marie Gordon: The Tragic Story of Wronged Womanhood; Number 17; by Cora Lane Sherman. This was a 104 edition serial Published in 1926 by The Nielen Publishing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dimensions are 6"width by 9" height and weight 32grams; 32 pages. First Edition; Copyright notice dated 1926; no registration of renewal on file, Public Domain as per Rule 6 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Etext created by Gerard Arthus. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: MG-000-001, redemption, women, pulp, love, novel, serial, cincinnati, ohio, 1926
byHarry Jamea. Helen Forrest, Helen Ward, King Sisters and Artie Shaw
Evocative, romantic melodies of the 1940's featuring Helen Forrest and Helen Ward. Respectfully dedicated to Wes and Hooey, who I hope heard and loved to this music as the moon rose over Sachuest Bay. "Three o'clock in the morning And the moon is shining bright..... Three o'clock in the morning And the moon is shining bright And I sit here wondering Where can you be tonight...? The happiest day- the happiest hour Mine eyes shall see--have ever seen The brightest glance of pride and power I... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Helen Forrest, Helen Ward, King Sisters, 1940's